Six Atlético Madrid players made this week's all-star XI, with Manchester City and Real Madrid supplying the rest of the lineup. Did we get it right? Let us know using #UCL.
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Goalkeeper: Joe Hart (Manchester City)
So often City's saviour in this competition, Hart was largely underemployed against Madrid but made two crucial saves – the second a stunner to deny Pepe – to keep City well in the tie.
Defender: Juanfran (Atlético Madrid)
Kingsley Coman showcased the damage his pace and trickery can cause against Juventus in the last 16, yet after getting the nod ahead of Franck Ribéry he endured a frustrating night. The wily Juanfran made sure of that.
Defender: Vincent Kompany (Manchester City)
No-nonsense. City's captain was a rock at the back, his strength and resolve going a long way to shutting out Madrid's Ronaldo-less forward line.
Defender: Pepe (Real Madrid)
Any centre-back who keeps Sergio Agüero as quiet as he was on Tuesday deserves acclaim. He so nearly scored to cap his defensive display as well.
Defender: Filipe Luís (Atlético Madrid)
The Brazilian was at the fulcrum of Atleti's up-and-at-them start against Bayern, initially popping up all over the pitch before settling back into his more usual berth. His timing and decision-making were impeccable.
Midfielder: Saúl Ñíguez (Atlético Madrid)
The 21-year-old has been ever-present in the competition this season and further underlined his burgeoning reputation with a sensational strike. A star was born, reckoned Josep Guardiola.
Midfielder: Fernandinho (Manchester City)
Fernandinho set the tone for the hosts' controlled first-half showing, snapping into tackles across the park to ensure Madrid's creative sparks barely had time to shine.
Midfielder: Augusto Fernández (Atlético Madrid)
This was only the Argentinian's fourth game in the competition yet he looked as composed as anyone as he anchored Atleti's midfield and kept a close eye on Bayern's runners.
Midfielder: Casemiro (Real Madrid)
Although Toni Kroos and/or Luka Modrić could have been given the nod for their roles in putting the visitors in charge in the last half-hour, it was the Brazilian who offered the biggest presence in midfield.
Forward: Antoine Griezmann (Atlético Madrid)
Unlike the quarter-final second leg against Barcelona, he was not the focal point of the attack but the Frenchman ran selflessly and tirelessly for others, tracking back and creating space.
Forward: Fernando Torres (Atlético Madrid)
Torres appears to have regained the confidence of his first spell at the club, leading the line with physicality and intelligence. He hit the post in the second period after a fine attempt with the outside of his foot.